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Addenbrooke's Hospital Transplant Unit

Addenbrooke's Hospital Trabsplant Unit

British Liver Trust

British Liver Trust

British Organ Donor Society (BODY)

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British Transplantation Society Website

British Transplantation Society Website

Dept. of Health - Unrelated Live Transplant Regulatory Authority (ULTRA)

Unrelated Live Transplant Regulatory Authority (ULTRA)

Ethnic Minority Organ Donation & Kidney Transplants

Ethnic Minority Organ Donation and Kidney Transplants.


Excellent & Informative Website


Are you suffering from heart failure and facing the daunting prospect of a heart transplant or other major heart surgery? Do you have a child suffering from Congenital Heart Disease CHD? Is someone dear to you needing open heart surgery? Have you a major heart illness and need encouragement? Are you too ill to receive a transplant or major surgery? Has your loved one not survived? Did someone you loved donate a heart?

National Kidney Federation (NKF)

The NKF is the only UK charity run BY Kidney patients FOR kidney patients. Its aim is to promote, throughout the United Kingdom, the welfare of persons suffering from Kidney Disease or Renal failure and those relatives and friends who care for


NHS Organ Donor

On 1 April 2003 UK Transplant takes over transplantation awareness campaigns from the Department of Health.

Organ donation and the South Asian, African and African-Caribbean communities

NHS UK Transplant Website

Precious Little One

Organ Donation - The Gift of Life The medical advances during the 20th Century have contributed to some of the most significant milestones in history. Transplantation in particular has seen many developments since the first operation in 1905 when a cornea was successfully transplanted. Since then, blood transfusion has been established (in 1918) and the first kidney transplant took place in the same year. Even more amazing, the first heart transplant took place over 35 years ago in 1967.

Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh Renal Unit

Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh Renal Unit

The Renal Association

The Renal Association is the professional association of nephrologists (renal physicians) and renal scientists in the UK. It is active in ....

Transplant Support Network

The Transplant Support Network is a nationwide network of volunteer transplant patients and their carers, who provide locally based support for others coping with transplantation. The aim of the Transplant Support Network is to introduce any patient, carer or family member to others who have been through a similar experience. We offer

UK - The Transplant Partnership

The Transplant Partnership is a wide-ranging coalition of professional and patient groups set up to campaign for a radical review of the organ donation system. By a "radical review" the Transplant Partnership is referring to the need to look afresh at the whole system to decide whether it provides the most effective way of organising and regulating organ donation in this country. The existing system has developed in an ad hoc fashion and could be more effective. It is necessary to stand back and take a broad overview of where we are now and where we want to be. This means undertaking a radical review of the system as whole, rather than in a piecemeal fashion, to identify a number of areas where improvements can be made. It is important to look at ways of encouraging more people to think about donation and to make their wishes known but we also need to develop the infrastructure so that more donors translate into more transplants.

UK Transplant website

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